5 Day Split Toning

Yep, I had another challenge. This time I was challenged to do a five day split-toning challenge. My friend Julia S. Maynard challenged me on Facebook and Andreas Levi challenged me on Google+. Today I’d like to share with you the five split-toning images.

I broke the rules a bit.

Rule:

“Please post one different split tone processed photo each day for the next five days in a row, and also challenge another photographer of your choice each day to do the same.”

I did post five days in a row, but “Business Days” and I challenged one photographer. Ooops! 🙂

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Wild California Poppy

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12 Image stack of Pine

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Wild yellow California poppies.

Sun Burst on Hills

Lake Havasu, Arizona

Single Wild Wish

Desert Wild Flower – link will be added tomorrow. 🙂

This last one will go up tomorrow. 🙂 You all get a sneak peak.

Talking about sneak peaks…

Some of you know that I’m working on a course called, Adobe Lightroom Basics, I go through all of the modules plus more. Look for it in December! I’ll give you more details as we get closer, but here is a sneak peek of what I did in the slideshow module. Super easy!!

Just like my last post… I challenge you photographers out there! Keep me in the loop if you take my challenge, I’d love to see your images.

Hope you all have an amazing week!

Cheers,

Janice Sullivan

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